Everton have only taken a point from their last two matches but their performances remain good. Against a Watford side who have just a point from their last five matches and against whom they have an excellent recent record at home, the Toffees should collect all three points on Monday night.
Other than the unexpected heavy loss to West Ham last weekend, Newcastle have certainly turned the corner and they are playing some better football right now. Wolves come in with more confidence after beating Chelsea and this could easily be a stalemate which would likely suit both teams.
West Ham's matches in recent weeks have contained plenty of goals and with some pressure on Palace to get a result here, this one could easily follow suit. Pellegrini has his men playing an attacking style but they do concede chances too so expect both teams to score in this one.
Fulham will go to Old Trafford with some belief that they can actually get something from the game and they will aim to frustrate United early on. The hosts will be under pressure to get the win here and they should just about have enough firepower to take all three points here.
Leicester's form in recent weeks has been solid to say the least having not lost any of their last 7 in all competitions. This will be a tough test though as Spurs need to play for the win so that will make for an entertaining affair here with both teams likely to get on the scoresheet.
This has all the hallmarks of a classic even though Chelsea have not been at their best in recent weeks. Both teams have leaked goals of late but City remain the far more convincing of the two sides in recent matches and have to be favoured to take the points yet again.
Cardiff have shown great fight in recent home matches and they look to be coming to terms with the demands of the Premier League. They are focusing on winning matches against teams around them at the bottom, but the Saints will be boosted by the new manager and can take at least a point here.
Burnley are odds on to be relegated right now due to this abysmal recent run of form which they have to snap soon. They will see this as a match which presents them with an opportunity to get back to winning ways, and with Brighton missing some players, this is a golden chance for them.
Huddersfield's only chance at the Emirates is to park the bus and that is clearly the approach they will take. They are still conceding goals however and they seem unlikely to be capable of stopping Arsenal who should win comfortably and keep a clean sheet to extend this excellent run.
Liverpool picked up a win in midweek despite resting various players but they know they simply have to keep winning to stay close to Man City. Bournemouth are capable of springing a surprise however and at the very least expect them to get on the scoresheet, making both teams to score a likely outcome.
Much depends on how Cardiff approach this match at West Ham and whether they do play for the win or aim to keep things tight. The game could be wide open if they do so, but keeping it tight and cagey will surely be their preferred tactic so do not expect a goalfest here.
Watford are not in the best of form which is ominous when they welcome a rampant Man City to Vicarage Road, but they ultimately have nothing to lose. They will struggle to hold City however and even though they may get on the scoresheet, City's strong form will likely continue here.
Both off these sides have been extremely inconsistent of late but they are coming off good wins. With both teams boosted in confidence and with a quick turnaround in matches, there could be value in both teams scoring in what could be an unexpectedly entertaining game.
Bournemouth are in poor form right now having lost their last four matches after an outstanding start to the season. They will be confident however of bouncing back at home against Huddersfield who do not travel particularly well so the hosts have to be favoured in this one.